Satyajit Ray’s Short Story ‘Golpo Bolo Tarini Khuro’ To Get Film Adaptation
A Hindi element film variation of amazing producer Satyajit Ray’s brief tale “Golpo Bolo Tarini Khuro” is in progress, the creators reported on Monday.
Named “The Storyteller”, the film will star Paresh Rawal, Adil Hussain, Revathi and Tannishtha Chatterjee.
This movie will coordinate by Ananth Narayan Mahadevan, which is supported by Jio Studios in relationship with Purpose Entertainment and Quest Films.
In the anecdote about inventiveness versus literary theft, Ray suggests a bigger conversation starter: “What is more significant – the story or the narrator?” Mahadevan, known for National Award-winning Marathi film “Mee Sindhutai Sapkal”, said the group is “cheerful and regarded” to acquaint the expert narrator with the more youthful age with the impending film.
“‘The Storyteller’, an immortal tale, investigates the attitude of individuals who exploit and are taken advantage of. Beam’s inconspicuous treatment of the subject makes one grin at what is, truth be told, a vengeance story. A blend of mind, dramatization, and even tension, the film is an endeavor to carry Ray to an age that has just caught wind of him or been incidentally presented to his assortment,” the movie producer said in an explanation.
Last week, a reestablished form of Ray’s 1970 film “Pratidwandi” (The Adversary) was screened at the Classics segment of the continuous 75th Cannes Film Festival.